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here's what people are talking about. there were 22 guns inside the home where michael brooks died and investigators are still trying to determine if the gun's owner will face charges. we're live at city police headquarters. mike. >> reporter: we heard it over and over again, police saying they won't have to charge the shooter but they're looking nook whether the gun's owner stored the weapons properly. michael brooks' life was short but he left a long legacy among heartbroken loved ones who came together for his funeral about a week after his friend accidentally shot him in the head. >> it's not right. gun should be locked up and a put away from kids. >> the foundations of our very lives are shaken. >> at the service, the pastor reassured family that michael is at peace, before pallbearers carried his casket to a waiting hearst. >> he did not deserve what happened. me being a steelers fan, and the loving memory of michael, award his jersey today. >> police say michael was with his friend when they somehow got a gun. the homeowner a retired correctional officer says he always kept
lane. and several in baltimore city. east madison at constitution street. east baltimore at pen brook boulevard. let's take a live look. you can see not much activity there on the beltway, at 97. there's another look. easy drive for you over the tydings memorial bridge. this traffic report is brought to you by subway. stop in and see the delicious barbecued pulled pork sub. roasted pork with an inresistible pulled pork. >>> building bodies and minds to help build healthy communities. that's the goal of a two-day event put on by general electric. this year, baltimore children are benefiting from this global initiative. >> one, two, three, go. >> reporter: 350 elementary school students are doing everything from playing flag football to playing flag soccer and studying math. >> we had more fun than usual here. because we never came out here and played flag football here before. and it's the first time. we're having fun. >> -- 500 employees from across the country take two days. >> this year, baltimore. >> . >> set, go. >> feeding them the right food. exercising, that kind of thing. hop
8. nasdaq fell by 16. >>> brooks is coming back to the ballpark. construction is started on a new statue, honoring brooks robinson. it shows the orioles great getting ready to throw out a run. the statue will be placed outside. it will be unveiled at a ceremony in october. >> and still ahead on wjz's eyewitness news at 5:00. the made at the center of an international scandal breaks her silence. >> god is my witness. i'm telling the truth from my heart. >> reporter: what she says happened in a hotel room with one of the world's most powerful bankers. and the risks she's taking by speaking up now. >>> the grandstand already going up for the baltimore grand prix. i'm meghan mccorkell, how construction could impact your commute. >>> i now pronounce you married. you may seal your vows with a kiss. >> from celebration to trepidation in the span of about 36 hours. the road block that could prevent more same-sex couples from tying the knot. >>> sun, storms and flooding. we have seen it all today. and we may not be done with the wild weather. we'll let you know if rain will ruin your outdo
blocking the right- hand lane. park heights avenue at brooks, robinson drive, and also old york road, at brook avenue. that's there in the whitehall area. let's take a live look. you can see things definitely slowing down there, taking a turn. that is at the harrisburg expressway, right at shawan road. stop in at subway. get the barbecued pulled-pork sub. only at subway, eat fresh. back to you. >> thank you very much. she's a piece of living history. and for the next four days, you'll have a chance to see her at the inner harbor. john w. brown has one of only two liberty ships still sailing today. ron matz reports, volunteers are keeping it in operating condition. >>> the john w. brown made a dramatic entrance, as she sailed into the inner harbor. a city fire boat nearby. all 441 feet of her. >> it is huge. huge. very, very impressive. very impressive. i was glad i was here to see it. >> reporter: the historic ship was built at baltimore's bethlehem fairfield shipyard and launched in 1942. she was one of the heroes of world war ii. captain richard bowman. >> she made 13 trips to the
without fear or favor. >> reporter: murdoch's former ceo rebecca brooks will likely face punishing questions from lawmakers when they appear before parliament tuesday. brooks was arrested over the weekend and released on bail. she spent hours answering questions about what she knew about hacking while she was in charge. >> she is not guilty of any criminal offense. >> reporter: police have arrested at least 10 people in connection with the investigation. but no one has been charged with any crime yet. in london, tina krauss. >>> a police inspection will now look into the department. two other senior officers may be involved. >>> if you're waiting for someone to get home from work, let's check on the roads with christie breslin. >> hi kai, hi everyone. still a pretty slow commute. 10 minutes on the west side interloop, that's where traffic is up to 20 miles. several new accidents to report, northbound richie highway. that is in the aberdeen area. east 33rd at love grove. let's now take a live look, you can see traffic is really coming down there. that's northbound on harris express
between the york town and chester brook neighborhood were the hardest hit. >> it was unbelievable, the wind, the rain coming and the push of the wind was like a tidal wave coming in that direction. >> reporter: the force of the wind sheered trees. >> i ran downstairs and we looked outside and there were trees all over the neighborhood. >> reporter: there was also lightning which downed power lines and blocked roads. it was that lightning that struck the tree near the canal. which then fell on a 56-year- old man riding his bike. he died at the scene. the storm also forced te sackuation of the national mall. as thousands of people showed up for a rehearsal. >> my mom was telling us to get downstairs and when i was going downstairs i saw a blue flash. >> reporter: leaving thousands of residents without power. andrea fujihi. >> the good news tonight is the lights are back on but just a handful of customers here in maryland. >>> still ahead, in the hands of the jury, 12 men and women deciding the fate of casey anthony. the emotional last minute plea from the prosecution. >> he's probab
of the controversy is rebecca brooks who headed up the tabloid for years and is now in charge of murdoch's british news corporation. murdoch said she will continue to lead his company, despite calls for her resignation. the paper is already taking a hit. several companies have pulled their ads. in london, charlie d'agata, wjz eyewitness news. >> police have already begun to look into evidence that the newspaper paid off officers in return for information. >>> former boston mob boss, james whitey bulger pleads not guilty on 19 murder charges. bulger has been on the run for 16 years. the fbi arrested him in santa monica, california, where he had been listening with his girlfriend. the 81-year-old had been ordered held without bail. prosecutors say they expect a month-long trial with as many as 40 witnesses. >>> defense lawyers make another push to have sexual assault charges dropped against dominique strauss-kahn. attorneys for the former imf chief say they have had a productive meeting today. prosecutors disclosed they had uncovered credibility issues with the hotel maid who had accused strauss-kah
. members of parliament could question murdoch, his son james, and niewps corps ceo brooks next week. >> and murdoch is still leaving the door open to buy british sky broadcasting, saying his say company deserves more in the future. >>> well, kai. we'll keep you updated on the breaking news. a major decision on the misdemeanor future of dr. mark miday. the baltimore cardiologist, accused of doing unnecessary medical procedures. we'll have the latest at 6:00. >>> plus, recent crime. a law school graduate murdered in howard county. check in for these stories and we'll have all of the breaking news, of course, coming up at 6:00. now, back to kai and mary. >>> denise, thank you. >>> still to come tonight on wjz eyewitness news. they are approaching the two- minute warning in the nfl negotiations. with some high-profile players speaking out. >>> mark has the latest on the lockout coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> will practice start ontime? >>> well, kai. it is crunch time. now, it is widely understood, that an agreement has to happen next week. now, today, quarterbacks tom brady, peyton manni
scandals. british lawmakersmakers have asked murdoch and rebecca brooks to appear at a hearing next week. today, police testified the paper did not fully cooperate with an investigation of the tabloids, back in 2006. this comes just as former prime minister gordon brown accuses another news corps paper of illegally obtaining his son's medical record, after he was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis. >> to have your children's privacy invaded like that, and particularly when the child isn't well is heartbreaking. i absolutely will not rest until we get to the bottom of these problems. >> reporter: one of the journalists facing charges, previously served as cameron's communications director. >> today, the british government called on murdoch to withdraw his bid to british sky broadcasting, which would give news corps an even bigger slice of the british media. >>> following her not guilty verdict, casey anthony has signed a book deal. protestors are disgusted, saying anthony does not deserve to be paid for her story. after factoring in time already served, anthony will walk free this sunday. >>>
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